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Infrastructure
Topic: Necessary infrastructure for good governance, development and competitiveness
Modern, well developed infrastructure is the assumption for regional integration of Southeast Europe into the European and global spaces. Infrastructure sectors such as transport, telecommunications energy, etc. and their dynamics have a supportive effect on overall economic development and level of employment in the economies of the Western Balkan region. On the other hand, good infrastructure is an important factor of investment attractiveness in modern dynamic and competitive business conditions. This is confirmed by modern economic literature, which indicates a remarkable effect that the physical openness of an economy has on the probability of forming a good governance, encouragement of economic development and competitiveness. Millennium Development Goals indicate special needs for openness and infrastructure of underdeveloped countries that do not have access to the sea. It is considered that insufficient physical access to the global market will reduce the opportunity for development for at least one third, therefore a special importance is given to the development of physical infrastructure in energy, transportation and telecommunications. Access to infrastructure is the main content of the reforms undertaken by Serbia in these areas in accordance with binding arrangements with the European Union such as the Treaty of Energy Community of Southeast Europe, the implementation bSEE (Broadband South Eastern Europe), Action Plan on the development of broadband telecommunications in South East Europe, Open Skies Agreement, and others. However, these institutional arrangements are yet to be translated into effective improvement of physical infrastructure. High resource requirements of infrastructure projects in the region also indicates the needs for financial and technical support to European and International institutions and regional cooperation projects are an ideal mechanism to attain progress in the areas of infrastructure most efficientlyr and with respect for the need to connect national networks and systems in regional and then in the European and global networks. In other words, development of infrastructure systems often involves cooperation with partners from the region, neighbors, interregional and cross-border cooperation as well. Modern infrastructure development often involves combining different infrastructure facilities in the same area: multimodal transportation, combining of energy and telecommunications networks, and more. The work of the Working group will focus on the critical, essential elements of the infrastructure from the point of impacting on the physical openness of the country, regional cooperation, contributing to economic development, increasing the probability for the development of good governance, poverty reduction and integration into the relevant markets of the European Union.
Experts of the Working group: Marijana Vidas Bubanja i Aleksandar Kovacevic
 
Members List of Working Group “Infrastructure”
  • Bogdan Vlahović, Head of Professional Service, Union of Engineers and Technicians of Serbia
  • Borislav Jošanov, Professor, Higher School of Professional Business Studies, Novi Sad
  • Časlav Lačnjevac, Vice-dean, Faculty of Agriculture, Belgrade
  • Dejan Lasica, Assistent Minister, Ministry of Infrastructure
  • Dragan Kovačević, Director, Nikola Tesla Institut
  • Dragan Prlja, Scientific Associate, Institute of Comparative Law
  • Dragan Spasić, Manager for digital certificates, Public Enterprise of PTT communications Serbia
  • Dragoslav Šumarac, President, Serbian Chamber of Engineers
  • Dušan Mladenović, Secretary SCC- ATT, Serbian Chamber of Commerce
  • Đorđe Dukić, President, JISA – Union of ICT Societies
  • Irena Posin, Assistent Minister , Ministry of Telecommunications and Information Society
  • Ivan Krstić, Director, The Institute for Standardization of Serbia
  • Marija Kujačić, Head for the development of electronic governance, National Information Technology and Internet Agency
  • Milenko Ostojić, Deputy President, Board of Directors, Republic Telecommunication Agency
  • Miloš Švarc, General Manager, FIDECO
  • Nataša Gospić, Professor, Faculty of Transport and Traffic Engineering, Belgrade
  • Nikola Marjanović, Director, Public Water Management Company Srbijavode
  • Nikola Marković, President, Serbian Society for Informatics
  • Petar Knežević, Director, Company “Power Plant Nikola Tesla”
  • Radomir Folić, President, Union of Civil Engineers of Services
  • Slobodan Rosić, Director, Directorate for Railways Repablic of Serbia
  • Sobodan Petrović, Secretary of Association of Energy and Mining, Serbian Chamber of Commerce
  • Srbijanka Turajlić, Professor/ Chairholder, UNESCO department for management in education, Faculty of Electroniclly Engineering, Belgrade
  • Tijana Živanović, Head of group for International Cooperation, Republic Agency for Spatial Planning
  • Tomislav Mihajlović, Leading Designer, Institute of Transport Engineers CIP
  • Vesna Zlatanović Tomašević, Deputy President, Serbian Town Planners Association
  • Vlastimir Nikolić, President, Association of Serbia for Systems , Automatic control and Measurement
  • Vojislav Rodić, Director, Inet d.o.o.
  • Vojsilav Vuletić, Secretary General, Gas Association of Serbia
  • Žaneta Ostojić Barjaktarević, Director, Directorate for Inland Waterways „PLOVPUT“
Working Plan
rb Date Place Topic Speakers
1. 8. 7. 2010. National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia Necessary infrastructure for good governance, development and competitiveness

Maja Bobić
Secretary General EMinS
Marijana Vidas Bubanja
Expert
Aleksandar Kovačević
Expert
Miladin Kovačević
Deputy Manager, Statistical Office of the Republic of Serbia
Milenko Ostojić
Deputy President, Republic Telecommunications Agency

2. 21. 10. 2010. National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia Necessary infrastructure for good governance, development and competitiveness

Ivan Knežević,
Deputy Secretary General EMinS
Marijana Vidas Bubanja,
Expert
Aleksandar Kovačević,
Expert
Natasa Gospić,
Faculty of Transport and Traffic Engineering

 

 

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